Clint D. Robison

Partner

Office: Los Angeles

Direct: 213-306-1620

Fax: 213-306-1615

crobison@nullohaganmeyer.com

  • Professional Overview

    Clint Robison is the managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles Office. He is a highly regarded employment and business litigation attorney who provides counseling, litigation and risk management services to medium- and large-sized public and private entities,

    Clint routinely represents clients class actions and complex litigation in state and federal court, including so-called “bet the company” matters. He has argued in the California Court of Appeal and in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Clint has litigated matters in a variety of industries, including banking, hedge fund management, agriculture, food processing, staffing services, restaurants, lodging, power generation, medical devices, transportation manufacturing, law firms, cement production, trucking, advertising, real estate, industrial gas production, religious corporations, educational institutions, travel and more.

    Clint has handled all aspects of employment litigation and advice, including wage and hour matters, discrimination claims, employment contracts, trade secret issues, retaliation claims, sexual harassment claims, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) issues. He has defended matters before many agencies, including the Department of Labor (DOL), National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Department of Fair Employment & Housing (DFEH) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Clint’s employment related work has included matters covered by large and small insurance companies under employment practices policies.

    Clint has litigated matters under Director and Officer policies in a variety of contexts, including unfair competition, fiduciary duty, antitrust and fraud. Additionally, several boards of directors have sought and trusted Mr. Robison to conduct internal corporate investigations into sensitive and confidential matters. He has also advised on the implementation and use of wage and hour compliance systems, FCRA compliance, CCPA compliance, and other regulatory issues. Clint has advised and defended business and ERISA plans regarding claims by participants, beneficiaries and the DOL alleging fiduciary violations and improper denial of benefits. Mr. Robison has successfully tried federal and state cases and has engaged in hundreds of arbitrations and mediations, including complex and multi-plaintiff matters.

    Clint has testified before California’s Employment Development Department (EDD) on behalf of employer groups concerning the implementation of employment legislation. He regularly speaks before professional and business groups on a variety of employment-related topics and teaches certified classes to human resources professionals.

    Before joining O’Hagan Meyer, Clint was a Shareholder at LeClairRyan, where he was a member of the firm’s steering committee for its national employment law practice group and directed the firm’s employment law practice for the west region. He also served as a member of the firm’s Nominating and Governance Committee, overseeing its Board of Directors.

    Prior to his legal career, Clint was an international businessman. He managed a petroleum and raw materials trading desk for a large foreign conglomerate. He and his team received several commendations including “Most Profitable Team” worldwide.

  • Practice Areas
  • Education and Admissions

    Education

    • Pepperdine University School of Law, J.D., 1991, Dean’s List, American Jurisprudence Awards for Civil Procedure and Agency and Partnership
    • University of California at Los Angeles, B.A., Economics and Political Science, 1986

    States Licensed

    • California
  • Professional Organization Memberships
    • Los Angeles County Bar Association
    • Beverly Hills Bar Association
    • Society for Human Resources Management
    • Professional Liability Underwriting Society
    • Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA): District 9 Board, Past Member; Government Affairs Committee, Past Member
  • News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
    Mr. Robison has written several articles concerning employment issues published in the Daily JournalEmployment Management TodayHR Advisor and HR Staffing Journal. In addition, Mr. Robison is frequently quoted in various publications regarding issues of importance to employers including, the Society of Human Resource Management, the National Law Journal, the LA Daily News, ABC News. Mr. Robison is a sought after speaker who has presented the following topics: “No Rotten Apples; Rightful Terminations Made (Not Easy) But Possible; National Association of Retail Credit Attorneys, Annual Meeting “DOL Reshaping National Workplace Agenda”, BLR
    • “Avoiding Startlingly High Fines and Expensive Lawsuits Based on Failure to Pay Overtime on Bonuses,” Business & Legal Reports
    • “Avoiding Liability When You Discover That an Applicant or Employee Has a Criminal History,” Council on Education in Management
    • “What to Do When FMLA Leave Comes to an End: Managing Hairy Return-to-Work and Termination Issues,” Council on Education in Management
    • “Understanding the Use and Legality of Waivers of Discrimination Claims in Severance Agreements, Council on Education in Management,
    • “What HR Professionals Must Know About How the Legal System Works,” Council on Education in Management
    • “Complying with HIPAA and the New Breach Notification Regulations,” Council on Education in Management
    • “Textual Harassment: Employer Risk from Text Messages, Email and Internet Communications” Stafford
    • “DOT Drug and Alcohol Regulations: The How and Why of Compliance for Today’s Workforce,” Council on Education in Management
    • “Understanding the Use and Legality of Waivers of Discrimination Claims in Severance Agreements, Council on Education in Management
    • “How to Prepare a Legally Compliant EEO-1 Report,” Council on Education in Management
    • “EEO-1 Reports: Staying out of Trouble with the EEOC,” Employment Law
    • “Meeting the Challenges of Mental Health Issues under the ADA and the FMLA”, Council on Education in Management
    • “Using Medical Experts to Determine if an Employee is Disabled and Whether a Reasonable Accommodation Exists,” Council on Education in Management
    • “Make or Break Your Case: Winning Strategies for Employment Discovery,” Labor & Employment Law Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association
    • “Leaves of Absence, Untangling the Legal Web” Poms & Associates Annual Seminar
    • Leave Laws for Human Resources Professionals, Two Day Accredited Course; Council on Education in Management
  • Support Staff
  • Languages
    • Spanish